Las Vegas is a city known for fun, extravagance, and world-class parties. This Halloween weekend will not disappoint with events happening all over the Strip and Downtown Las Vegas, including exclusive nightclub parties, costume contests, parades, and family-friendly trick-or-treat events. Here are this year’s most anticipated Halloween events near the Las Vegas Strip and the easiest ways to get around town with Las Vegas Monorail.
Foxtail Nightclub Thriller Halloween Party @ SLS
This year, the Foxtail Nightclub at SLS Las Vegas is doing a throwback to the ‘80s to host their Halloween party on Friday, October 26th. The venue will transform into an ‘80’s club, featuring Santana Jackson, celebrated Michael Jackson tribute artist, performing a live set of all your favorites and DJ Sean Essex spinning the hottest ‘80s jams. Doors open at 9:00 p.m. with an open bar serving well drinks for the first hour. Admission is $15 and open to all guests over 21. Costumes are encouraged, especially ‘80’s themed, but masks are not permitted. Foxtail is directly accessible using the SLS monorail station exit.
Haunted CarnEVIL @ The Artisan Hotel
The Artisan Boutique Hotel just off the northern end of the Las Vegas Strip is hosting the Haunted CarnEVIL Halloween party on Sunday, October 28th at 9:00 p.m. The event features carnival games, food vendors, drink specials, raffles, and the most anticipated costume contest in town with prizes valued up to $500! This is an adults-only party, so be sure to bring your ID. The cover charge is $5 for access to the party and festivities. The Artisan is known for its edgy atmosphere and epic parties, so this one is not to be missed! You can use the SLS monorail station exit, then it’s just a quick cab ride down Sahara to the Artisan.
The Underground @ The Mob Museum
On Wednesday evening, October 31st, The Underground at the Mob Museum will be celebrating Halloween with a costume contest and drink specials from 5:00 p.m. to close. Celebrate Halloween with their drink special Corpse Reviver #2 cocktail at half-price to get the party started! Patrons are encouraged to wear their best flapper, mobster, or speakeasy-themed outfits with the winner being announced at 8:00 p.m. Cash prizes will be awarded. The Underground is located at the Mob Museum in Downtown Las Vegas.
Marvel’s Avenger S.T.A.T.I.O.N @ Treasure Island
If you’re looking for something more family-friendly, Marvel’s Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N at Treasure Island is hosting a trick-or-treat event on Friday, October 26th, to celebrate Halloween and Nevada Day. Families will be able to trick-or-treat through the attraction starting at 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. with all proceeds benefiting the Clark County School District. If you haven’t experienced the Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N. attraction yet, this is the perfect opportunity to check it out with the added perks of Halloween candy, superhero costumes, and a good cause! Adult admission is $34, children ages 4-11 is $24, and children under 3 are free, with a 50% discount offered for locals. Use the Harrah’s/The LINQ monorail station to access Treasure Island.
Halloween Party @ Linq Promenade
If you’re looking for the best Halloween decorations in Las Vegas, the LINQ Promenade, just outside The Flamingo and across the street from Caesars on the Strip, is known to go all out when it comes to Halloween festivities. This year is expected to impress both kids and adults alike with their over-the-top spooky decor, street musicians, zombies, and other Halloween-themed characters and performers spanning the Promenade. From 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 27th and Sunday, October 28th, families are welcome to trick-or-treat at the multiple retail stores and restaurants. Starting at 9:00 p.m. on Saturday, the LINQ Promenade will also host a costume contest with prizes valuing more than $15,000! Take the LV Monorail to Harrah’s/The LINQ station for direct access to the event.
Rock of Horror @ Fremont Street
This monster-sized Halloween party takes place on Fremont Street in Downtown Las Vegas, offering free entertainment during the entire Halloween weekend. Some of these festivities include a free concert by “Here Come the Mummies” on Saturday, October 27th from 9:00 to 11:00 p.m. and the special Halloween Viva Vision light show which will be shown nightly immediately following the regularly scheduled light shows. More performances will be added to the roster for a fun-packed six-day Halloween celebration in downtown. In addition, Fremont Street’s Fear the Walking Dead attraction will be in full force providing an epic interactive experience, complete with a maze, motion rides, zombies, and video games, for brave thrill-seekers. Fremont Street is a quick drive from the SLS monorail station.
Inferno @ Wynn
Inferno, this year’ Halloween celebrations presented by Wynn Nightlife, is taking it up a notch with the hottest DJs keeping the dancefloors packed at XS, Encore Beach Club, and Intrigue all weekend long. Afrojack will be at Encore Beach Club on Thursday, October 25th, The Chainsmokers at XS at Encore and RL Grime at Intrigue at Wynn on Friday, October 26th. Saturday, October 27th, will feature Marshmello at XS, Alok at Encore Beach Club, and Dillon Francis at Intrigue. World-renowned DJ Diplo will be spinning at XS on Sunday, October 28th, to round out the weekend. Then on Wednesday, October 31st, Marshmellow will be at Intrigue and XS will host the Paradise Haunted House Party. Female general admission for Paradise is $25 and male general admission is $45. Purchasing tickets ahead of time is highly recommended for all Inferno events.
Halloween Heroes @ Drai’s
Drai’s Beachclub & Nightclub will be hosting their Halloween Heroes party from Thursday, October 25th to Sunday, October 28th. Branded as the “return of the nightlife avengers,” Halloween Heroes is sure to feature the biggest names in music with star-studded VIP tables and the most exclusive guest list. Drai’s is located on the top floor of The Cromwell on the Strip and is known for some of the best views in Las Vegas. Depending on which night you decide to go, the price of admission ranges from $20 to $60. You can easily access Drai’s by using the Flamingo/Caesars Palace monorail station exit.
Fetish & Fantasy Halloween Ball @ Hard Rock
If you’re looking for a sexy Halloween party that is sure to deliver an exhilarating experience, the Fetish & Fantasy Halloween Ball has been going strong for 23 years! The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino is hosting this 21-and-over party this year starting on Saturday, October 27th, from 10:00 p.m. to 3:00 a.m. The party features non-stop entertainment with live performances every 20 minutes on several stages throughout the event. The Fetish & Fantasy Halloween Ball has a reputation for risque costumes, all-night dancing, and unapologetic performances that keeps bringing party-goers back year after year. Use the Bally’s/Paris monorail station, then it’s just a few minutes to the Hard Rock.
Carnaval Court @ Harrah’s
This open-air street party scene at Harrah’s Las Vegas is the perfect destination to celebrate Halloween this year. If you’re in Vegas on a budget, Carnaval Court features live bands and DJs as free entertainment while many of the bars and restaurants are offering discounted Halloween cocktail specials. On Wednesday, October 31st, Carnaval Court will host a Halloween costume contest with prizes awarded to the sexiest and most creative costumes. To get to Harrah’s, simply take the Harrah’s/The LINQ monorail station exit and you’re there!
Whether you want to celebrate Halloween with your family or looking to party the night away in true Sin City fashion, Las Vegas offers the best events and most popular parties. To make sure you have a safe and enjoyable weekend, make a transportation plan ahead of time to avoid stressful traffic, crowded parking lots and expensive fees. Because so many of the best Halloween parties are located near the Las Vegas Monorail stations, be sure to purchase your tickets now to conveniently get around the Las Vegas Strip this Halloween weekend without the hassle.